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    Loyalty; it is the process of being loyal. It 's a pretty simple definition. To be loyal means to give or show a support or allegiance to a person or institution. People show loyalty to others for a variety of reasons, mainly because they obtain some benefit because of it; these usually include love, trust, or in the case of most politics and corrupt governments, money. So, when the benefits of being loyal to others disappear or even turn to negative consequences, why is it that most individuals remain faithful? If loyalty is so easily defined, why is it not such a simple emotion that we can stop its occurrence? Although having a simple meaning, loyalty has such deep roots that cannot be easily broken. It takes great emotional strength and determination in order to go against one 's loyalty to others. An example that relates to this experience would be the occurrence of a terrorist organization, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), which has been growing more and more powerful and has been carrying out violent terrorist attacks throughout the world. When this group first started to develop, many western developed countries turned a blind eye to their abusive and violent acts. They did so because they were convinced that it was not a major issue, that it would work itself out, and because they did not want to harm the areas citizens with military intervention. It was only when the group was creating mass terror that countries began to intervene and stop their actions.…

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    It all started in the high school cafeteria in July. A boy named Carmen and his girlfriend were eating a ham sandwich at a table. And then they noticed a pack of bullies going towards them and they went up to them and said “Hey” “What do you guys want from me? Going to steal my girlfriend huh?” Carmen questioned. One of the bullies said “Pshhhh...No” Carmen questioned “Ok so what are you going to do then huh?” Another bully yelled “WE WILL STEAL YOUR LUNCH MONEY SO YOU CAN’T EAT LUNCH…

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    The Wolf And The Crane

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    For this experiment, I interviewed a six year old female named Destiny. For the first assessment we read Aesop’s The Wolf & the Crane, where the wolf tricks the crane into helping him in promises of a reward and then informs her that her reward was letting her live after helping him. I asked Destiny what she thought the story meant (what they were trying to say) and she responded with a concrete operational response such as “the wolf lied to the crane because he didn’t give her a reward like he…

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    This case can be simply as David want to sell his stationery store in April and Lisa, a representative of Company W want to buy this store, during their consultation, David did not convey to Lisa that he knew a new stationery store would be opening very soon. Later Lisa knew this information in a May edition’s magazine. Then David and Company W concluded the deal in July and Company W wants a rescission claiming the contract should be invalidated due to misrepresentation. The legal issue here…

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    All through life individuals face numerous hardships, including life and passing; giving up can be greatly troublesome for many individuals. In the short story, A Rose for Emily, Faulkner expounds on adoration and the impacts it can have on a man. The loss of Miss Emily's dad took a tremendous toll on her; her dad was the special case who cherished her. Following a couple of months, Homer Barron came to town and Miss Emily and he turned out to be great companions. In order to convey this theme…

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    I really donít understand why many stationery bike users adjust their seats to be either too high or too low. I mean, why be uncomfortable when exercising when you can be comfortable. When the seat is too low, it adds strain to your knees and spine. When too high, your will butt will rock from side to side. So besides not getting the best from your cardio workout on the stationery bike because your body weight will be involved when you peddle, you will also look weird. It is such a silly…

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    - Psychological Barriers The Psychological Barrier is where a client has fear from the dentist, doctors or hospitals. Another example is if the client’s mother has fear if the client has been to the hospital three times, the mother will be censored and stressed about this. The way Carters Green Medical Centre will overcome this barrier for the client is by having a double appointment for the client; this allows you to take someone with you. If the situation is bad, the doctors might have to…

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    in Sri Lanka, students obtain additional assistance from tutors who visit homes and are also compelled to attend group/mass classes to improve their performance at these major pre – qualifying examinations to enter the state universities / private degree awarding institutes affiliated to foreign universities and vocational training centers. The rapid growth in the education sector has created a demand for stationery items such as exercise books. The stationary market in Sri Lanka is an…

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    Introduction This report is prepared for Shalom, who is considering purchasing shares in a company, ‘The Warehouse Group’. This report is aimed to provide Shalom with an analysis of the company and the viability of the investment in shares in ‘The Warehouse Group’. The Warehouse Group consists of four major segments which are: • The Warehouse (Red Sheds) • Torpedo 7 • Noel Lemmings • Warehouse Stationery This company was founded by Stephen Tindall in 1982, which was a private company to the…

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    RDSO Branding Project

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    We eliminated aspects of the brand that reinforced the “stuffy” and “expensive” perception the RDSO association wanted to shake off. The following is a checklist of the branding efforts for the RDSO: Branding. The RDSO deserved a new persona that embodied their new direction. We created a new, cohesive look across all their digital real estate, including a new logo and campaign message, “Let Go.” Marketing Collateral. Their marketing collateral and office stationery reflect the new, inspiring…

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